What would you like to do?
What is the translation from Italiano to English Adesso sono molto stanco spero che parliamo domani?
Now I'm very tired. I hope we'll talk tomorrow.
What is the Latin-to-English translation of La verit vincer amer conquista tutto e lei cadr amer il demone che lei sono?
There isn't - that's Italian - at least what is not spelled incorrectly.
to sleep sasha
"He's at his sister's house, and he's very tired" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase Sta a casa della sua sorella e è molto stanco. The declarative staement in th…e third person singular of the present indicative translates literally by word order into English as "He's at (the) house of his sister, and he's very tired." The pronunciation will be "sta KA-sa DEL-la SOO-a so-REL-la ey eh MOL-to STAN-ko" in Italian.
I'm not sure exactly what your saying in the question, but in Mario 64 DS, you can be Yoshi, Mario, Luigi, and Wario, but not waluigi, that's just fake
"Yes, they're very beautiful!" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase Sì, sono molto belle! The affirmative, third person plural present indicative, adverb, and femin…ine plural adjective may be said of beautiful females or feminine objects. The pronunciation will be "see SO-no MOL-to BEL-ley" in Italian.
"They're very handsome there!" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase Vi sono molto belli! The adverb, third person plural present indicative, adverb, and masculine pl…ural adjective may reference either an all-male group of good-looking males or a mixed group of nice-looking females and males. The pronunciation will be "vee SO-no MOL-to BEL-lee" in Italian.
It's not correct but it means " you speak good italian"
"I'm very handsome" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase Sono molto bello. The first person singular present indicative verb, adverb, and masculine singular adjectiv…e may be heard said only by a male. The pronunciation will be "SO-no MOL-to BEL-lo" in Italian.
Sono molto stanco in Italian means "I'm very tired" in English.
you are very sweet
" I am very sleepy " is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase Sono molto assonnato . Specifically, the verb sono means "(They/formal plural You all) are" in this c…ontext. The adverb molto means "very." The masculine adjective assonnato means "sleepy." The pronunciation is "SOH-noh MOHL-toh AHS-sohn-NAH-toh."
" I'm tired " is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase Sono stanco . Specifically, the verb sono means "(I) am" in this context. The masculine adjective stanco me…ans "tired." The pronunciation is "SOH-noh STAHN-koh."
'Dormir' is a Spanish word that means 'to sleep.'
Il Bandolero stanco was created in 1952.
Michele Stanco has written: 'Tra Shakespeare e Milton' 'Il caos ordinato' -- subject(s): Justice in literature, Criticism and interpretation, Ethics in literature